The mayor of Saguenay Josée Néron recommends that the owners of cottage or secondary residence of voluntary isolation for 14 days upon their arrival in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean.
May 12, 2020 20h42
The public Health “not against” a solitary confinement of 14 days of visitors in the region
The mayor of Saguenay Josée Néron is recommended that visitors who have a property in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean to be isolated for 14 days upon their arrival in the region, a suggestion to which the national director of public health Horacio Arruda has not opposed.
Josée Néron has clarified his thinking on Tuesday in the morning, on the sidelines of a press conference, after saying Monday in an interview with Radio-Canada that it is recommended to visitors of Montreal, isolate themselves voluntarily to their arrival in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean.
“The people who are going to want – it is what it is coming to the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean are more people who have properties here. There are still a few. So, my suggestion was simply in this sense, I assure you “, she said, referring to owners of cottages, or has a secondary residence.
She has indicated that her recommendation regarding the current circumstances in referring to the situation in some areas ” hottest “, where the outbreak of COVID-19 remains a concern, without, however, Tuesday, name precisely the region of Montreal.
“I don’t tell people outside the region don’t come visit us,” she insisted. The mayor of Saguenay explained that a period of voluntary isolation of 14 days would allow visitors to reassure the population, and their neighborhood in particular, by demonstrating that they ” take note of their civil responsibilities “.